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,,,, >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald smoke still visible as remnants of the crashed asiana plane was removed from sfo. the runway is closer to getting back to normal. good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. the crash site clean-up continues this afternoon at
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sfo. crews have been working all night long to get all the debris off runway 28-left. the body of the plane was moved to another location at the airport earlier this morning. and that's where kpix 5's anne makovec joins us now with more on the push to get that runway back up and running by sunday. anne. reporter: i'm at the north end of the airport close to the wreckage. it's an horrific sight up close, just half the plane here and others scattered around the field here behind me. it is now under the care of asiana airlines and they are going to likely cut it up and haul it away within the next week or so. this picture was taken about 3:30 this morning. it started while crews were sawing it in half to move it off the runway, smoke pouring from the aircraft. >> it creates heat and friction cutting through the materials. we suspect the smoke may have been a result of that cutting action. >> reporter: once the smoke cleared, the pieces of the plane were taken by crane and
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big rig to the north side of the airport. it's again the property of asiana after all physical evidence was collected by the ntsb. >> this is a big step for us to be able to move forward with the process of re-opening the runway. >> reporter: now airport officials will evaluate what was under the wreckage, the grassy areas between the runway and the taxiway. >> we expect that there will be spilled jet fuel, hydraulic fluid, other materials, and we're in the process of assessing that. we have environmental teams out there to help us clean that up. >> reporter: then crews will have to repave, fix lights and repaint markings. the faa will do a test landing before the runway reopens which is scheduled for sunday. >> we're seeing delays and cancellations every day as a result of having this runway closed so it's a shared goal for all of us to get it reopened as quickly as possible. >> reporter: now, a team from the ntsb brought out victims and family members of passengers on wednesday night to see this up close when it was still on the runway before
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they moved it. obviously, an emotional scene. near sfo, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> thank you. we also have some new details about one of the two teens killed in the crash at sfo. san francisco's police chief greg suhr confirms one of the girls was run over by an emergency vehicle that day. he spoke to kpix 5's phil matier earlier this morning. >> chief suhr: we know for sure she was at least run over one time. but at the time, she was under foam, so nobody could have seen her and the question is whether or not she was still alive at the time. so the coroner in san mateo county will be determining that. >> the fire department is still conducting an internal investigation while it awaits that coroner's final report. a quick update now on the survivors of that crash. three are still in critical condition in san francisco general at stanford hospital one patient listed in serious condition the other in good condition. california pacific medical
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center has three patients in good condition. and saint mary's st. francis each have a patient in stable condition. stay right with us here at kpix 5 for the latest updates on the crash-landing. you can head to our website, to see more video of the crash, hear the 911 calls and read survivor stories. janet napolitano has been nominated to become president of the university of california system. she is resigning from her job as head of homeland security the position she held since the beginning of the obama administration. the president issued a statement today commending napolitano for her outstanding work on behalf of america. if she is appointed, napolitano will be the first female president in the history of the university of california. she graduated from santa clara university in 1979. and right now, we are taking a live look from chopper 5 over oakland where authorities continue their urgent search for a missing toddler. it's the third day since 21- month-old daphne webb disappeared.
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authorities are racing against time hoping to bring her home as soon as possible. kpix 5's cate caugiran with the news that investigators came back to search her father's house this morning. cate. >> reporter: michelle, we learned that police uncovered new evidence that brought them back to this house and we know that this is at least their third visit as the search intensifies. our kpix 5 cameras were rolling when several police cars showed up. investigators are back at the home where daphne lived with her father. meanwhile, more flyers are going up in the area where little daphne was last seen. 200 are posted on the walls by the market where her father says she was taken from his car. >> we're also going to go back and recanvass our identified areas. and some of those areas will be the oak knoll area, 79th and international, we'll also extend to the 8500 block of international, to the east and
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to the west. >> reporter: oakland police are also taking their search on dual purpose motorcycles to the trails and parks from the oak knoll area. police say john webb liked to take his daughter here. investigators are still trying to put together a timeline of how the events played out. webb says his daughter was taken from his parked suv outside a market wednesday morning. he says he left daphne with his mother, who has dementia, as he ran inside to grab an energy drink. he faces child endangerment charges for leaving her in the car. police have not called him a suspect in her disappearance. however, oakland police say they are concerned about the relationship between father and daughter. police stress they are working against the clock and around the clock. everything in this case is time-sensitive. >> we're soliciting not only from family members, neighbors, anyone in the community who knew daphne webb and her father john webb. those are the questions that we are trying to find is narrowing
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that timeline down, when they were seen together last. >> reporter: oakland police say john webb was released on bail yesterday. we just heard word from the alameda county district attorney's office saying they won't be filing charges. but the police investigation is still ongoing. >> what do we know about the new evidence? >> well, unfortunately, michelle, our sources would not reveal that information or more information on that. but we are staying with this story and we are hoping for an update for you later this afternoon. >> cate caugiran live in oakland, thank you. you thought the last bart strike was bad? we're hearing tough talk from union members that a possible strike just three weeks away could be worse. negotiators for bart and two unions are heading back to the bargaining table today for the first time since the strike. some union members went to a bart board meeting yesterday and it got ugly. they warned of another walkout when the current cooling-off period ends august 4. >> we love to serve the public,
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but we will be prepared for the bloodiest longest strike since the 1970s. >> that's the 1970s strike that shut bart down for three months. bart's biggest issue dealing with pay, healthcare and pension. state mediators met separately this week with union and management officials hoping to work something out. san jose police officers will not be getting their salaries restored. a retired superior court judge sided with mayor chuck reed and refused to restore a 10% pay cut put in place two years ago to save the city money. the judge said giving it back would have resulted in more cuts in the department. the officers are fed up. >> i'm worried. we still have this exodus of officers leaving. as you know, over the last two years, we have averaged 70 resignations. this year, we're on pace for that again. >> because fewer officers are on the streets, they say there will continue to be a delayed response time to emergency calls. the feat of george zimmerman is heading to the jury -- the fate of george
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zimmerman is heading to the jury today after the attorneys made their closing arguments this morning. how the recent ruling could be a game changer. >> after much ado about arsenic in the apple juice the fda is recommending some new limits hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. well, the clouds are beginning to break up outside. will we see lots of sunshine for the weekend? we'll talk about that coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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at the big board.. where as can see.. (ad lib) stocks opened the day slightly hig. following a record-breaking yesterday. comments from thd live look at the big board where you can see stocks are actually down nearly 40 points today. stocks opened the day slightly higher though following a record-breaking day yesterday. cooled off sings. comments from the fed fueled the rally. chairman fed chairman ben bernanke said the central bank
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stimulus program would continue to support the economy. the fate of george zimmerman now lies in the hands of the jury. they just have begun deliberations. after closing arguments wrapped up this morning, the judge briefed the jury on laws they need to consider. she reminded the jurors they must not use sympathy and anger to influence their decisions and that a manslaughter charge can also be considered. >> george zimmerman is not guilty if you have a -- just a reasonable doubt that he acted in self-defense. >> the defendant didn't shoot trayvon martin because he had to. he shot him because he wanted to. >> zimmerman admitted to shooting martin last year in self-defense. fugitive edward snowden wants to stay in russia after all. he is willing to stop sharing information as trade-off according to a lawyer that met with him today. snowden has been stuck in a transit zone at the moscow airport for nearly three weeks now. the 30-year-old faces espionage charges here in the united
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states for leaking classified information. fugitive also met with human right activists. they say he has no intention of hurting the united states. a pakistani girl who became the symbol of strength against the taliban in new york today. as cbs reporter vinita nair tells us, malala yousufzai recovered from a murder attempt and today she gave her first public address at the u.n. >> reporter: malala yousufzai arrived at the united nations to a personal greeting from secretary-general ban ki-moon. then birthday wishes from the packed chamber. [ applause ] >> happy birthday to the most courageous girl in the world. [ applause ] >> today is the day of every woman, every boy, every girl, who have [ indiscernible ] raised their voice for rights. >> reporter: a few months ago she was fighting for her life after an attack by the pakistani taliban. today to a standing ovation, she delivered her first public
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speech at the u.n. >> now it's time to speak up. >> reporter: nearly 1,000 young faces filled the room invited from 90 countries on a shared mission. 57million children around the world never go to school. in light of that struggle, the u.n. everyone as officially declared this in lal ledee. she had been an outspoken advocate for girls education in pakistan a position that made her a target for the taliban. last october she was shot in the head. it stunned the world. she recovered to activism quickly. >> courage was born. [ applause ] >> reporter: taliban militants have continued to terrorize hundreds of pakistani schools and students but with an army of supporters, malala promises to keep up the fight. at the u.n., vinita nair kpix
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5. >> glad to see her doing better. >> she was shot in the head, recovered as strong as ever could be. unbelievable. let's get a check on our weather because it seems the fog lifted. >> have you noticed that? >> a little. >> we are watching the breakup outside. nice summer pattern settling into the bay area. the low clouds and fog now treating towards the coastline. just the way we like it. we have clear skies and fog toward the golden gate. but the temperatures beginning to heat up in some of the valleys. it is 78 in livermore, 72 in concord, 72 in san jose and the cool and breezy 60 in san francisco. throughout the afternoon we'll see more sunshine on the way although right at the coastline probably plenty of low clouds and fog. some warming though is expected over the weekend. low pressure just passing to the north of us now but high pressure begins to back in toward the bay area. that's going to warm things up at least inland. but at the coastline still plenty of low clouds and fog. in the central valley today we
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are looking at 89 in sacramento, 99 getting hot in fresno. 93 in yosemite. and about 65 degrees in monterey bay. around our bay today not bad at all. a lot of sunshine into san jose now, 78 degrees there. 57 in milpitas. 70 in hayward and 60 in pacifica. east bay temperatures running up into the 80s in many spots although a delta breeze will keep the temperatures down through vallejo and also into benicia. mainly in the 70s. next couple of days low clouds and fog at the coastline. the as are hot but it's going to be cool. they are playing the boston red sox. toasty inland but at the coastline a 30-degree difference. clouds at the beaches and no changes throughout the week. >> he is going to the game tomorrow night. >> i am. it's a night game too, which is
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unusual. >> is that right? bundle up. it's going to be chilly. >> i detected a little friday afternoon energy! >> feeling good today! [ laughter ] thank you. a movie depicting the shooting at the bart station in 2009 opens in theaters nationwide today. >> the film details the final day of oscar grant's life before he was shot by a bart police officer. official preview of "fruitvale" opened at grand lake theater last month. the trial of two men accused of taking part in the 2009 gang-rape outside richmond high school is expected to go to jurors on monday. jose montano of richmond and marcelles peter were tried together but their fates will be decided by separate juries. two other men have been convicted in the attack and two others are awaiting trial. a lawsuit settlement will end maritime operations at the
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port of oakland's howard terminal. the deal lets ssa terminals end its lease early and allows it to take over other terminals. city officials have been eyeing the site as a potential location for a new oakland as ballpark but lew wolff rejected the idea as he focuses on a downtown stadium in san jose. stay tuned. today parents from low- income families are lined up at a san jose charity to get free supplies -- school supplies for their children. sacred heart community service on south 1st street is in the 11th year of the program. the parents can register until 4 p.m. the actual distribution of the backpacks will be next month. at least 2300 backpacks will be available. bring on the bacon. a popular san francisco eatery is getting its sizzle back after some neighborhood every neighbors complained of the smell. what it's doing to resolve the issue and how soon it could reopen. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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san francisco's popular pork restaurant will be sizzling again.. possibly by the endf next month. the city says it can reopen, as long as the r bacon bacon fans can now celebrate. san francisco's popular pork restaurant will be sizzling again possibly by the end of next month. the city says it can reopen as long as the owner installs a new ventilation system. >> they have been bullies to every tenant prior to me. so it's -- it just comes down to, uhm, me making adjustments, uhm, and, you know, re- opening. >> the health department shut down the restaurant back in may
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because too many people were complaining about the smell. well, some good news for parents who give their kids apple juice. the fda is proposing new limits on inorganic arsenic in the juice. they are calling for no more than 10 parts per billion. the same level that's allowed in drinking water. it's found in foods because it is present in the environment. it's also a known carcinogen that's been associated with skin lesions, developmental effects and heart disease. time to eat? minus the arsenic, of course. our fresh grocer tony tantillo here now with a new look at heirloom tomatoes. >> well, today's tip of the day is going to be is going to these beautiful heirloom too many. it's summertime, they are everywhere and the flavor is incredible. but you have to select them and store them right. with all the colors and varieties you will be sitting here all day with what to choose. look at these, yellows, reds, radiator jack, the golden tomato. when you buy them make sure the colors rebright all the way around free from any shriveling
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whatsoever heavy for their size. one thing about heirloom tomatoes, they pick them when they are fully ripe and send them to market. so buy them and enjoy them within one or two days. the best way i like to enjoy them besides salad, i cut them up, put cheese and vinegar, basil, mint, salt, pepper, olive oil and there you go. heirloom tomatoes salad that's out of this world. in the market for the next several months, a little bit expensive compared to regular tomatoes but they're worth it. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. >> looking good. well. a lot kate middleton is set to deliver any moment now in britain. some residents are already capitalling on the hype. >> and a reminder if you have a consumer problem or question, give our hotline a call 888-5- helps-u. we have some volunteers standing by right now to take your call. we'll be right back. look at 'em.
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up at the london hospital where the baby will be born with all sorts of baby products to sell. the little one isn't even here yet but the world's press has arrived as you can see. it's believed the baby is due this weekend, although the palace isn't saying for sure. >> i thought it was due this week? >> that was creepy. >> what was that? >> supposed to be babies. looked like aliens. >> all right. [ laughter ] that's it for kpix 5 news at noon. >> can you tell it's friday? >> have a great weekend! captions by: caption colorado
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[ bells tolling ] [ horns honking ] >> steffy: [ sighs ] [ sniffles, sighs ] [ knock on door ] uh... [ sniffles ] [ sighs ] >> liam: hey. >> steffy: hey, yourself. >> liam: may i? >> steffy: guess you might a

KPIX 5 News at Noon
CBS July 12, 2013 12:00pm-12:31pm PDT

News; News/Business. Frank Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.

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